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									 Multiple Intelligences
A breakdown of our class and
       how we learn!
7 of the Multiple Intelligences
         Linguistic Strategies

lectures, debates         talking books and
large- and small-group    cassettes
discussions               extemporaneous speaking
books, worksheets,        journal keeping
manuals                   choral reading
brainstorming             individualized reading
writing activities        memorizing linguistic facts
word games                tape recording one's words
sharing time              using word processors
storytelling, speeches,   publishing (e.g., creating
reading to class          class newspapers)
Logical-Mathematical Strategies

mathematical              quantifications and
problems on the board     calculations
Socratic questioning      computer programming
scientific                languages
                          science thinking
logical problem-solving
exercises                 logical-sequential
creating codes            presentation of subject
logic puzzles and
games                     Piagetian cognitive
classifications and       stretching exercises
categorizations           Heuristic
            Spatial Strategies
charts, graphs,             visual thinking exercises
diagrams, and maps          graphic symbols
visualization               using mind-maps and other
photography                 visual organizers
videos, slides, and
movies                      computer graphics software
visual puzzles and mazes    visual awareness activities
3-D construction kits       optical illusions
art appreciation            color cues
imaginative storytelling
                            telescopes, microscopes, and
picture metaphors
creative daydreaming
painting, collage, visual   visual awareness activities
arts                        draw-and-paint/computer-
idea sketching              assisted-design software
                            picture literacy experiences
  Bodily-Kinesthetic Strategies

creative movement,        use of kinesthetic imagery
hands-on thinking         cooking, gardening, and
field trips               other "messy" activities
the classroom teacher     manipulatives
competitive and           virtual reality software
cooperative games         kinesthetic concepts
physical awareness
and relaxation            physical education
exercises                 activities
all hands-on activities   communicating with body
crafts                    language/ hand signals
body maps                 tactile materials and
body answers              experiences
          Musical Strategies

musical concepts          using background music
singing, humming,         linking old tunes with
playing recorded music    concepts
playing live music on     discographies
piano, guitar, or other   creating new melodies for
instruments               concepts
group singing
mood music                listening to inner musical
music appreciation        imagery
playing percussion        music software
instruments               supermemory music
rhythms, songs, raps,
     Interpersonal Strategies

cooperative groups   community
interpersonal        involvement
conflict mediation   apprenticeships
peer teaching        simulations
board games          academic clubs
cross-age tutoring   interactive software
group                parties / social
sessions             gatherings as context
peer sharing         for learning
                     people sculpting
      Intrapersonal Strategies

independent study         personal connections
feeling-toned moments     options for homework
self-paced instruction    choice time
individualized projects   self-teaching programmed
and games
private spaces for
study                     exposure to inspirational/
one-minute reflection     motivational curricula
periods                   self-esteem activities
interest centers          journal keeping
                          goal setting sessions
           Naturalistic Strategies
Collecting data                Nature hikes or field trips in
Collecting objects from the    nature
natural world
Labeling and mounting          Drawing or photographing natural
specimens from nature          objects
Organizing collections         Gardening
Observing nature               Caring for pets
Doing experiments in nature    Wildlife protection projects
Noticing changes in the
environment                    Setting up winter feeding stations
Sorting articles from nature   for wild animals or birds
Categorizing objects           Comparing natural observations
Classifying information        with others
Keeping notebooks              Visiting zoos and botanical
Learning names of natural      gardens
Learning characteristics of    Visiting museums of natural
the natural world              history
Using magnifiers or            Drying flowers
microscopes to study nature    Studying books about nature
Using binoculars or
telescopes to study nature

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